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Harvard Law professor Noah Feldman has been praised for bringing “clarity to complexity” on issues of American law, as well as foreign policy, politics, and religion.   When an executive order on immigration is being challenged in the courts or the Supreme Court is hearing a controversial case, people turn to Noah Feldman and his nonpartisan Bloomberg View columns.  His speaking topics include:  Supreme Court 2017: What’s Happening Now and What the Future Holds Ethics and Leadership The Geopolitics of the Middle East The Future of Global Competition America Through a Legal Lens: The Hard Questions of Politics, Race, and Civil Liberties   Called “one of the stars of his generation” by Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan, Feldman is the Felix Frankfurter Professor of Law at Harvard Law School. His books include Scorpions: The Battles and Triumphs of FDR’s Great Justices, Cool War: The Future of Global Competition, and The Fall and Rise of the Islamic State.
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“The Trump presidency is a test. We’ll find out how strong our institutions are and, even more, whether this generation of leaders is worthy of our Founding Fathers…Abuse of power isn’t new.
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With a White House facing multiple investigations, what will it mean for the legislative agenda, America’s global influence, and our political culture? Consider these speakers: READ:  David Ignatius:  In James Comey’s testimony, there are no happy endings  WATCH: Fareed Zakaria:  For Trump, the ends justify the means READ: Noah Feldman:  Comey Opens Door to Investigate Trump Dossier   READ: Evan Osnos:  Comey’s Revenge: Measuring Obstruction
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Harvard constitutional law scholar Noah Feldman says that the divisiveness plaguing American politics today is nothing new. In his speech, “Why U.S. Politics Isn’t as Bad as We Think,” Feldman recounts the feud between James Madison and Alexander Hamilton that gave birth to partisanship in America and how the Constitution helps diffuse intense divisions.
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Harvard Law professor Noah Feldman’s new book, The Three Lives of James Madison: Genius, Partisan, President, is a sweeping reexamination of the Founding Father who transformed the United States.
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